Interior designers, students showcase living spaces at Home & Garden Show
March 10, 2017 4:19 PM
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Nancy L. Drew with Drew Designs Ltd. in Regent Square designed a 200-square-foot urban living room as one of the three Designer Showcase rooms at the Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Melodie Schooley with Pittsburgh Design Diva in Swissvale created a multipurpose room with a kitchen area -- including a washer and dryer behind the bar area -- as one of the three Designer Showcase rooms at the Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show.
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Erin M. Faith of Faith Color Consulting and Design in Swissvale created a small family room with storage as one of the three Designer Showcase rooms at the Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show.
The living room, bar and kitchen in a room designed by Nancy L. Drew of Drew Designs Ltd. for the Designer Showcase.
One of three rooms designed by Chatham University interior architecture students representing the Office of the Future at the Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show.
One view of the Office of the Future envisioned by Chatham University interior architecture students at the Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show.
Chatham University students Mark Shorthouse and Mary Whitmore sit in one of the three rooms designed by interior architecture students envisioning the Office of the Future at the Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show.
By Kevin Kirkland / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show ends Sunday
WHEN: through Sunday. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday.
WHERE: David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown
TICKETS: $10 for adults, $4 for children ages 6-12 and free for those under 6.
PARKING: $7 at Heinz Field lots with free shuttle.
Local members of the American Society of Interior Designers dreamed up living spaces for the Duquesne Light Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show, which runs March 10-19 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown. ASID members created a living room, family room and multipurpose room for the Designer Showcase on the second floor.
Interior architecture students from Chatham University, meanwhile, were all business -- envisioning the Office of the Future in an adjacent space.
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